Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering was started in 1979 to impart high quality mechanical skills to the blooming engineers. The department undertakes a powerful multi-step teaching process that threads together the latent expertise and the talents of the students and weaves out the finest mechanical engineers. The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in 1979. It is one of the oldest and finest departments. The strength of the department lies in its highly qualified and experienced expert teaching faculty besides its supportive, excellent non-teaching staff. To complement this is the presence of the diligent students who epitomize enthusiasm and devotion. It has been the departments firm resolve to adapt to the modern day requirements and in the process produce erudite and conscientious engineers.

The department is presently headed by Dr. T. Jagadish.

Courses Offered

The Department Offers Both Undergraduate And Post Graduate Courses.
Bachelor Of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering):

The undergraduate course aims at providing the fecund brains with rudimentary knowledge. Instructions are imparted in the areas of energy conversion, refrigeration, design of mechanical components and systems, production engineering, management techniques, computer programming, numerical analysis and Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM). Design and fabrication projects are also undertaken as part of the curriculum.

Master Of Technology (Machine Design):

Starting in the academic year 2003-04 the department is offering M Tech. degree in machine design, with a minimum intake of 18 students every year. The Students learn Computer Graphics, Tribology & bearing design, Theory of elasticity, FEA, Experimental stress analysis, fracture mechanics, advanced theory of vibrations, Design for manufacturing and advanced mechanism in machine. The program is aimed at translating theoretical knowledge to practical applications and developing strong linkage with research institutions and industrial R & D units. Under the able guidance of our faculty and visiting faculty from such prestigious institutions like the IISc. and NAL, the department endeavors to realize the potential of tomorrows design engineers.

Master Of Technology (Manufacturing Science Engineering):

Started in the academic year 2012-13 the department is offering M Tech. degree in Manufacturing Science and Engineering, with a minimum intake of 24 students every year. This course is 04 semester course with major focus on advances and practical aspects of manufacturing engineering. The courses are so designed that the students do get an opportunity to be ready for industry jobs as well as to pursue higher studies in Institutes of higher learning in universities abroad. The subjects both core and electives are suitably designed to keep abreast with the latest know how in manufacturing industries nationally as well as globally.

The focus areas of research are Surface Engineering, Metal matrix composites, Polymer composites, Friction stir welding, Nano-composites and Tribology.

The Department is currently headed by Dr.Jagadish.T

Achievements

Faculty Development Programmes Conducted /Attended For The Last Three Years

Honorary Council Member for a professional body 'Engineering Design & Analysis Forum' - EDAF to constitute a National Forum representing the CAE professionals has been formed with the guidance of IIPE and IEI under the Chairmanship of renowned defense scientist Dr. K. Ramacahndra and it has experts from ISRO, Automotive companies, DRDO labs, IITs, Government Establishments, CAD / FEM / CFD Industry, as the honorary council members.

Coordinator, Technical Events for Symposium on Finite Element Analysis

Industrial Application of CAE : Recent Trends Organized as part of International Conference and Exhibition on Total Engineering, Analysis & Manufacturing Technologies (Team Tech -2006) by Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore and during 28 February to 2 March 2006

Coordinator, Technical Events for 9th ISTE State Level Annual Convention and AICTE Sponsored National Seminar on “RESTRUCTURING OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION TO MEET THE GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL NEEDS” Organized by Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore during 17th and 18th November 2006

Coordinator, Technical Events for INDO-NAFEMS Symposium on Engineering Analysis and Simulation: Frontiers in FEM and CFD Practices Organized by 'Engineering Design & Analysis Forum' - EDAF during 11th and 12th January 2007. Held at M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies, Bangalore

Member of the Technical Committee for Two day Seminar on “Engineering Design.in 2007” Organized by Center for Product Design and Manufacturing, ProSIM and Indian Society for Technical Education held at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore during 9th and10th August 2007

Member of the Academic Advisory Committee Organized as part of International Conference and Exhibition on Total Engineering, Analysis & Manufacturing Technologies (Team Tech -2007) held at J.N Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore during 04th to 06th October 2007

Convener for Seminar on “Finite Element Analysis of Fatigue and Durability” Organized by Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore along with ProSIM and SAFE Technology Ltd held at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore during 10th and11th January 2008

Conducted Two day for Seminar on “Contact Mechanics in Finite Element Analysis” Organized by Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore along with ProSIM held at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore during 17th and18th January 2008

Member of the Academic Advisory Committee for Organizing International Conference and Exhibition on Total Engineering, Analysis & Manufacturing Technologies (Team Tech -2008) held at J.N Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore during 24th to 28th September 2008

Invited/Guest Lectures

Delivered guest lecture on “CHALLENGES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDIES & PROJECT GUIDANCE” at Engineering Students Orientation Programme on CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING organized by Akhil Bharathiya Vidyarthi Parishad on 29th September 2006 at Bangalore.

Delivered guest lecture on “SIX SIGMA DESIGN OF PRODUCTS/SERVICES” at National Workshop on ”LEAN SIXSIGMA” organized by Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil Nadu on 21st February 2007.

Delivered lecture on “INTRODUCTION TO VIBRATION” at Faculty Development Programme of VIBRATION AND NOISE CONTROL organized by Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil Nadu held during 30th November to 12th December 2007.

Delivered lecture on “APPLICATION OF FEM IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING” at SHORT TERM FACULTY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME organized by NITTE Institute of Technology, Bangalore held during 2nd June to 6th June 2008.

Delivered guest lecture on "INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT METHOD AND IT'S APPLICATIONS " for final year Mechanical Engineering students of REVA Institute of Technology and Management on 28th August 2008.

Workshops/Summer And Winter Schools Attended.

i) 4th GM R&D Symposium on "Safety: A Key Design Driver for Vehicles” conducted by General Motors R & D Center, Bangalore held on 4th December 2006 at the Hotel Leela Palace in Bangalore. ii) ANSYS India User Conference 2006 held on the 9th and 10th of November 2006 in Bangalore. iii) Advanced Applications in Sound & Vibration on Brüel & Kjaer LAN-XI conducted by Jost’s Engineering Company Limited held at Bangalore on 15th October 2008 iv) ANSYS India User Conference 2007 held on the 25th and 26th of October 2007 in Bangalore. v) Indo-German Symposium held at CMTI, Bangalore on 11th and 12th February 2008. vi) ANSYS India User Conference 2008 held on the 6th and 7th of November 2008 in Bangalore

Student Activities:

Mechanical Engineering Association (Student Body):

The departing believes in creating a conducive environment for the faculty and students to work in. With this objective in mind, the Mechanical Engineering Association has been floated for greater student- faculty interaction. It is also a platform for industrial exposure through technical events, industrial visits and seminars. The association also has a library with 200 latest books.

SAE Collegiate Club (Student Body):

Bangalore Institute of Technology – Bengaluru is one of the premier Engineering college started its one more new chapter by creating a club activities in mechanical engineering department by the name “BITSAE” collegiate club. The club has more than 200 student members and the students are participating in most of the competition conducted by SAE at national level and international level. Our students team are have stood first and champions twice in gogarting competition. Every year students participate in Efficycle, Baja and Formula Car competition held by SAE at national and International level.

Name Designation Qualification Experience Mail Photo
Dr.JAGADISH. T Professor and Head B.E (Mech), M.E (Machine Design), Ph.D 30 Years tjagadish@bit-bangalore.edu.in
Dr. B. Gurudatt Professor Design, CAD/CAE/CAM, Material Characterization 21 Years gurudatt_bgd@yahoo.co.in
Dr. S. Vidya Shankar Professor & Coordinator, PG Studies Ph.D 25 Years svs_iste@yahoo.com
Dr. B.S.Ajay kumar Professor Ph.D 34 ajaykumarmanju@gmail.com
Dr.T.V. Sreerama Reddy Professor Ph.D 25 tvsreddy_65@rediffmail.com
Dr. B.N.Ravikumar Associate Professor M.E.(Machine Design), PhD 25 years
Mr. M.V.Chandra Shekar Associate Professor M.Tech 34yrs
Mr. R. Ramesh Babu Associate Professor M.Tech 25 ramesh_b_r@yahoo.co.in
Mr. B.H Srinivasa ssociate Professor M.E M.E bhstanmayi@gmail.com
Dr.Ashwath Associate Professor Ph.D 13 dr.aswath999@gmail.com
Dr.N Satish Associate Professor Ph.D 18 nsatish_67@yahoo.co.in
Dr.H.N.Reddappa Assistant Professor Ph.D 16
Mr. M.C.Manjunath Asst Professor M.E 12 mcmanju2003@gmail.com
Mr. Honne Gowda Assistant Professor M.Tech 12 bithonnegowda@gmail.com
M.K.Prasanna Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech 11 prasannabit@gmail.com
Mr. V.C.Ravi Assistant Professor M.E. 18 ravivc_ravivc@yahoo.co.in
Mr. M.R. Praveen Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech 9 pkm_1947@rediffmail.com
Mr. Umesh G.L Assistant Professor M.E. 9 umeshgl@hotmail.com
Mrs. N.L.Shanthala Professor M.Tech 9 nls_subbu@ymail.com
Nagaraja C Reddy Assistant Professor BE,MTech(M/C Design),AMIE,(PhD) 10
Mr. Ravindra K G Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 rv_kg@yahoo.co.in
Mr. Hemath Kumar. C. B Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 hemanthmtech4@gmail.com
Mr. Suresh C Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 suresh_c_suresh@yahoo.com
Mr. Chetan Byrappa Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 chetbk@gmail.com/td>
Mr. S.M. Jayadev Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 jaidevsm@gmail.com
Mr. E.R. Babu Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 rajjbabu@gmail.com
Mr. B.V Lingesh Assistant Professor M.Tech 7 blingesh@gmail.com
Mr. Girish.B Assistant Professor M.Tech 6 giri_hlkl@yahoo.co.in
H.N. Prem Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech 6 premkumarhn@yahoo.co.in
Mr. Chandrashekar. A Assistant Professor M.Tech 9 acsmech@gmail.com
Mr. Vijaykumar V. M. Assistant Professor M.Tech 3
Mr. Madhu Sudan. M Assistant Professor + B.E., M.E. 4 madhubit04@gmail.com
Rakshith O.R Assistant Professor B.E, M. Tech (Machine design) Climate change, Urban flooding, Stochastic Modeling. rakshith.or@gmail.com
Kumar P.L Assistant Professor B.E, M. Tech (Machine design) oncrete Technology kummipl@gmail.com
Rajesh A Assistant Professor M.Tech in Thermal Power Engineering. 2 Yrs 6 Months (NAL)
Pratik V Asst.Professor B.E, M. Tech (Computer Integrated Manufacturing) Fresher pratik.sporty@gmail.com
Somashekar C Assistant Professor B.E, M. Tech (Thermal Power Engg) Fresher somshekar039@gmail.com
Nishanth Gowda N Assistant Professor B.E, M. Tech 06 years nishanthkvhalli@gmail.com

Infrastructure

  • 1. Carpentry Shop – with wood cutting tools and other equipment
  • 2. Fitting Shop – power hacksaw and all other tools required.
  • 3. Welding and Sheet Metal shop – AC generator arrangement for arc welding, soldering. Essential machinery and equipment for sheet cutting.
  • 4. Smithy Shop – furnaces and other essential tools
  • 5. Foundry Shop – facility of bench molding ,sand testing and pattern making equipment
  • 6. Machine shop – engine lathes, drilling machines, shapers, milling machines, slotters.
  • 7. Strength of materials lab-universal testing machine, hardness testers, impact testing machine
  • 8. Hydraulics machines lab-working models of Pelton wheel, Francis and Kaplan turbines, centrifugal and reciprocating pumps, notches & orifices
  • 9. Measurement Lab -Cathode ray oscilloscope, strain gauges, dynamometers etc.
  • 10. Energy Lab- two stroke, four stroke diesel and petrol IC engines, air blower, Compressor, calorimeters, viscometers, planimeters
  • 11. Heat and Mass transfer Lab – parallel and counter flow heat exchanger, apparatus for measuring heat transfer properties under natural and forced convection, steam turbine
  • 12. Design lab-Universal vibration test rig, Strain gauge loading frame, photo elastic bench, general bearing test rig, gyroscope set-up and more.
  • 13. CAD/CAM and Robotics lab – Pentium computers equipped with design and modeling softwares like AUTOCAD, UNIGRAPHICS, NISA,NASTRAN, CNC milling machine CNC lathe , Five Axis Robot TR-5

PG

Department of Mechanical Engineering has running two PG Programme viz Machine Design in the Year 2003-04 with a intake of 18 & Manufacturing Science and Engineering in the year 2013-14 with a intake of 24 . The program is approved by AICTE and is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Karnataka. The M.Tech programme is of four semesters (two year) duration. During this tenure, they acquire the in depth knowledge in various fields of Design and Manufacturing through the rigorous, brain storming teaching- learning process. In addition, the students will be encouraged and motivated to learn the art of effective dissemination of knowledge through seminars and technical paper publications. They are even trained to carryout good project work, so that in future, they are enabled to shoulder the responsibility of performing, managing any project efficiently. The special feature of the programme is to develop aspirant students as self-pride, confident, efficient professionals/ entrepreneurs. Students will have 6 months internship programme during 3rd semester from the Department and our placement center provides facilities for internship recruitments from major companies in the stream of Mechanical Engineering. Most of the students have bagged internship offers from Volvo, BFW, Toyota, Bosch, HAL, SunEdison Research Pvt. Ltd. etc.,. PG students will be provided placements during 4th semester and many companies have visited for PG. Facilities: An independent laboratory is provided for PG with well-equipped high end systems with the separate R& D Center. Internet facility with IEEE access has been provided to each system. Four classrooms exist with projector facility.

PG Department Is Coordinated By Dr. Vidyashankar S M.E,Ph.D

CURRICULUM:

The curriculum is aimed to give theoretical and hands on in the areas of Advances technologies in the area of Machine Design and Manufacturing Engineering.

Machine Design

Applied Mathematics, Finite Element Method, Continuum Mechanics, Experimental Mechanics, Computer Graphics, Composite Materials Technology, Advanced Machine Design, Dynamics & Mechanism Design, Advanced Theory of Vibrations and a host of elective subjects like Computer Graphics, Design for Manufacture, Advanced Manufacturing Process Simulation Etc., in the first two semesters including lab and Seminars on each semester. Students have opportunity to study in advanced areas like Tribology and Bearing Design, Fracture Mechanics, Smart Materials & Structures Etc., and the entire third semester duration Industrial Training (Internship) in companies.

Syllabus Coverage As Per VTU

CORE SUBJECTS ELECTIVES LIST
Semester I Elective I
Applied Mathematics Computer Graphics
Finite Element Method Computer Applications in Design
Continuum Mechanics Mechatronics System Design
Experimental Mechanics Design for Manufacture
Elective I
Design Engineering Lab I
Seminar
Semester II Elective II
Composite Materials Technology Design Optimization
Advanced Machine Design Theory of Plasticity
Dynamics & Mechanism Design Advanced Manufacturing Process Simulation
Advanced Theory of Vibrations Rotor Dynamics
Elective II Automobile System Design
Design Engineering Lab II
Seminar
Semester III
Seminar / Presentation on Internship (After 8 weeks from the date of commencement) *
Report on Internship
Evaluation and Viva-voce
Semester IV Elective IV
Tribology and Bearing Design Fracture Mechanics
Elective III Smart Materials & Structures
Evaluation of Project Phase –II Robust Design
Evaluation of Project Phase III Computational Fluid Dynamics
Evaluation of Project Work and Viva-voce Finite Element Methods for Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Analysis.

Manufacturing Science And Engineering

Quality & Reliability Engineering, Advanced Foundry Technology, Theory of Metal Forming, Advanced Materials & Processing, Industrial Robotics, Non-Traditional Machining Processes, Non-Destructive Testing, Surface Treatment & Finishing and a host of elective subjects like Composite Materials, Operations Management, Simulation & Modeling of Manufacturing Systems, Finite Element Methods Etc., in the first two semesters including lab and Seminars on each semester. Students have opportunity to study in advanced areas like Industrial Design & Ergonomics, Nano Technology, Project Management etc., in the fourth semester and the entire third semester duration Industrial Training (Internship) in companies .

Syllabus Coverage As Per VTU

CORE SUBJECTS ELECTIVES LIST
Semester I Elective I
Quality & Reliability Engineering Applied Probability and Statistics
Advanced Foundry Technology Composite Materials
Theory of Metal Forming Theory of Metal Cutting
Advanced Materials & Processing Computer Integrated Manufacturing & Automation
Elective I Quantitative Techniques in Decision Making
Lab Component
Seminar I Operations Management
Semester II Elective II
Industrial Robotics Simulation & Modeling of Manufacturing Systems
Non-Traditional Machining Processes Finite Element Methods
Non-Destructive Testing Agile manufacturing
Surface Treatment & Finishing  Advanced Joining Processes
Elective II Agile manufacturing
Lab Component Advanced Joining Processes
Seminar Agile manufacturing
Semester III
Seminar / Presentation on Internship (After 8 weeks from the date of commencement) *
Report on Internship
Evaluation and Viva-voce
Semester IV Elective IV
Tool Design Industrial Design & Ergonomics
Elective III Advanced Manufacturing Practices
Evaluation of Project Phase –II Advanced Fluid Power Systems
Evaluation of Project Phase III Project Management
Evaluation of Project Work and Viva-voce Nano Technology

Research And Activities Undertaken

The department is involved in the following projects which are undertaken by the students as part of the curriculum. A Case study related to cutting down the Product Development Cycle. {APDAP of TCS and IISc.,Bangalore} Product Development using CAD / CAM / CAE (Unigraphics). {CMTI} Studies of Shrink-fit assemblies using Finite Element Analysis. {GTRE} Investigative studies of effect of variation in composition of Elastomer on Static stiffness. {NAL} Temperature Distribution and thermal Stress Analysis of Cemented Carbide using FEM. {WIDIA} Re-engineering of landing gear skid shoe assembly of Advanced Light Helicopter. {HAL,NAL} Design and Development of an Automated Guided Vehicle for FMS trainer. Design and Modelling of Servo Gear Train for the Surface Actuator. Parametric studies on load carrying capacity of inserts embedded in honey comb sandwich plates (presented at ISAMPE national conference on composites and national seminar on AEROSPACE Structures). {ISRO}

List of Research Papers Presented/Published 1. T.Jagadish, H. Maheshappa, G. Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Effect of Fillet radius in shrink fit assembly” 34th Congress of Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics ,P.S.G.Institute of Technology,Coimbatore. Dec.27th -30th, 1989. 2. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P.Chowdiah, ‘‘Photoelastic Investigation of a Spline Coupling” 34th Congress of Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics ,P.S.G.Institute of Technology,Coimbatore. Dec.27th -30th, 1989. 3. T.Jagadish, H. Maheshappa, G. Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, ‘‘Computer -Aided Design of Shrinkage fitted Components” International Conference on Engineering Design,Dubronik,Aug. 28th - 30th, 1990. 4. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, ‘‘Optimization of Design Parameters of a Shrink Fit Assembly” 77th Indian Science Congress, Cochin University of Science and Technology , Cochin, Feb. 4th - 9th, 1990. 5. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P.Chowdiah,“Photoelastic Stress Analysis of a Spline Connection for an Aeroengine” 77th Indian Science Congress, Cochin University of Science and Technology , Cochin ,Feb. 4th - 9th, 1990. 6. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P.Chowdiah, “Study of Stress Concentration in a Spline Connection” 6th National Convention of Mechanical Engineers, Div. of Institution of Engineers (India),Bangalore, Oct.16th-18th 1990. 7. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Photoelastic Analysis of Influence of Contact Length of Components in a Spline Connection for an Aero-Engine” 6th National Convention of Mechanical Engineers Div.of Institution of Engineers (India), Bangalore, Oct.16th - 18th 1990. 8. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Effect of Semi-Circular Groove in a Shrink Fit Assembly” 35th Congress of Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Anna University , Madras , Dec 19th - 22nd 1990. 9. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Studies on Reduction of Stress Concentration in a Splined Connection” 5th Congress of Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Anna University , Madras , Dec 19th - 22nd 1990. 10. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P.Chowdiah, “Photoelastic Investigation of a Spline Coupling for a Gas Turbine Engine” J.S.M.E. International Conference on Motion and Power Transmission, Hiroshima,Japan,Nov.23rd -26th, 1991. 11. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Reduction of stress Concentration in Shrink Fit Assembly” 36th Congress of Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, I.I.T., Bombay, Dec. 19th -22nd , 1991. 12. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Finite Element Analysis of a Shrink Fit Assembly for Stress Reduction” Institution of Engineers ,(India) Journal, MC-4, Vol. 73 Nov.1991. 13. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P.Chowdiah,“Dynamic Analysis of Splined Coupling by Photoelasticy” 1st National Conference on Air Breathing Engines and Aerospace Propulsion,I.I.Sc., Bangalore,Dec 3rd-5th, 1992. 14. T.Jagadish, H.Maheshappa, G.Gargesa, M.P. Chowdiah, “Stress Analysis of Two Hollow Shafts Shrink Fitted in Asymmetric Position” 1st National Conference on Air Breathing Engines & Aerospace Propulsion, ISRO,Thiruvanathapuram, Dec. 15 & 17 1994. 15. T.Jagadish, B. Gurudutt "Stress Analysis and Design Optimization of Shrink Fit of high Speed Turbine Shaft." National Conference on Advances in Manufacturing Technology Organized by Institution of Engineers (India) and Department of Mechanical Engineering, JCE, Mysore, 2003 16. T. Jagadish, B.Gurudutt, S. Seethramu, “Stress Analysis and Design Optimization of Shrink-Fit for High Speed Turbine Shaft” National Conference on Advances in Manufacturing Technology, N. S. S. College of Engineering, Palakkad, 15th & 16th Feb. 2003 17. T. Jagadish, B.Gurudutt, S. Seethramu, “Stress Analysis and Length Optimization of Shrink-Fit for High Speed Turbine Shaft”. COGNISCIENCE–2003. The National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, 10th May 2003. 18. T. Jagadish, S. M. Veenaranjaani, Rahul. B. V., M. K. Thashvin Chinnappa, P. Vinay Uthappa, " Parametric Studies on Load Carrying Capacity of Inserts Embedded in Honey comb Sandwich Plates" Presented at II ISAMPE National Conference on Composite and XII National Seminar on Aerospace Structure at NAL, Bangalore, 5-6 Sept. 2003. 19. T.Jagadish, N.C.Mahendra Babu, K.Ramachandra, S.N.Sridhara, "Finite Element Predictions of Residual stresses in cold worked fastener holes", Indo-Japan International Conference on Damage Tolerant Design & Materials, (DTDM-2004), IIT Madras , Chennai, India December-2004. 20. T.Jagadish, N.C.Mahendra Babu, K.Ramachandra, S.N.Sridhara, "Effect of Percentage Expansion and Plate Thickness on Induced beneficial residual stresses in a cold expanded fastener hole: A study", International Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering and Materials (ICRAMME-2005),University of Malaya, Kaulalumpur, Malaysia, 30-31 May-2005. 21. T.Jagadish, N. C. Mahendra Babu, K. Ramachandra, S. N. Sridhara, “3-D Finite Element Simulation of Cold Expansion of a circular hole: A new approach.”, Presented / published at the international conference on Total Engineering, Analysis & Manufacturing Technologies (Team Tech-2006), during 28 Febraury- 2 March 2006 held at J.N.Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore. 22. T.Jagadish,N. C. Mahendra Babu, K. Ramachandra, S. N. Sridhara, “A simplified 3-D finite element simulation of cold expansion of a circular hole to capture through thickness variation of residual stresses.”, Accepted for Publication in International Journal, “Engineering Failure Analysis”, (In Press; Available on line). 23. T.Jagadish, N. C. Mahendra Babu, K. Ramachandra, S. N. Sridhara, “Cold Expansion of a Non Circular cut-out.”, Communicated to “International Journal of Fatigue”. 24. T.Jagadish, K.J. Prashanth, “Schwartz Glass and Electric Roads - Black body for the current problems in field of energy and HVAC” Submitted to International Conference on Research Into Design, ICoRD’11, IISC, Bangalore 25. Prashant B. Kumbar, Jiwan Kumar Pandit, T. Jagadish, M. R. Thyagaraj, “Enhancing the Fatigue Life of an Electronic Package in Spacecraft” , Fatigue Durability-India-2015 - International Conference on Fatigue, Durability & Fracture Mechanics, 28-30th May 2015 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS [1] N. Siddaraju, N. Satish, A. Chandrashekar, H. N. Reddappa, B. S. Ajaykumar, “Assessment of Tensile and Hardness Property of AA5083/Nano- Al2O3 Metal Matrix Composites”, International Journals of Composite Materials And Matrices Vol. 1: Issue 1, (2015) 28-34 [2] A. Chandrashekar, H.N. Reddappa, B.S. Ajaykumar, “A Study of Mechanical and Micro Structural Properties of Friction Stir Welded Aluminium Alloy”, Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 2, Issues 4–5, 2015, Pages 3491–3500. [3] Sallahauddin Attar, Madeva Nagaral, H N Reddappa and V Auradi, “Mechanical Behavior of Al7025 - B4C Particulate Reinforced Composites”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (ISSN:2349-5162), Volume 2, Issue 2 (2015) pp.225-229. [4] Sallahauddin Attar, Madeva Nagaral, H N Reddappa and V Auradi, “Effect of B4C Particulates Addition on Wear Properties of Al7025 Alloy Composites”, American Journal of Materials Science,5(3C) (2015) pp.53-57 [5] Sallahauddin Attar, Madeva Nagaral, H N Reddappa and V Auradi, “A Review on Particulate Reinforced Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (ISSN:2349-5162), Volume 2, Issue 2 (2015) pp.225-229. [6] M. Sreenivasa Reddy, Dr.Soma. V. Chetty , Dr. Sudheer Premkumar and Dr. Reddappa H N “Validation of Hardness and Tensile strength of Al 7075 based hybrid composites using Artificial Neural Networks” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology (IJMET), Volume 5, Issue 9, September (2014), pp. 280-285. [7] M. Sreenivasa Reddy, Dr. Soma. V. Chetty, Dr. Sudheer Premkumar, Reddappa H N, “Influence of reinforcements and heat treatment on mechanical and wear properties of Al7075 based hybrid composites”, Journal of Procedia Materials Science, Volume 5, 2014, Pages 508–516 [8] A.Anil kumar, C.Anil kumar, H.N.Reddappa, “STUDIES ON MECHANICAL, WEAR AND CORROSION PROPERTIES OF Al6061-BERYL-CERIUM OXIDE HYBRID METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES”, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, Volume: 03, Issue: 06, (2014) 227-233. [9] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “EFFECT OF AGING ON MECHANICAL AND WEAR PROPERTIES OF BERYL PARTICULATE REINFORCED METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES” Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Vol. 9, No. 4 (2014) 456-465. [10] Gopi K.R, Mohandas K.N, Reddappa H.N and M.R. Ramesh, “Characterization of As Cast and Heat Treated Aluminium 6061/Zircon sand/Graphite Particulate Hybrid Composites”, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) ISSN: 2249-8958, Vol. 2, Issue 5, (2013) pp.340-344. [11] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, "Studies on Mechanical and Wear Properties of Al 6061/Beryl Composites", Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE), 11 (2012) pp. 704-708. [12] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, "Dry Sliding Friction and Wear Behavior of Aluminum/Beryl Composites”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Vol.2 No.2, ISSN-0976-4259, (2012) pp.499-508. [13] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “Finite Element Wear Behaviour Modeling of Al 6061-10% wt. Beryl Composites” International Journal of Advanced Materials Manufacturing & Characterization, Vol.1, Issue 1, ISSN-2277-3886 (2012) pp.150-155. [14] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “Effect of Rolling on Microstructure and Wear Behavior of Hot Rolled Al 6061-Beryl Composites” Advanced Materials Research Vols. 463-464 (2012) pp.444-448. [15] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “Effect of Quenching Media and Ageing Time on Al6061-Beryl Composites”, International Journal of Applied Mechanics and Materials Vols. 110-116 (2012) pp.1374-1379. [16] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “EFFECT OF COLD QUENCHING ON WEAR RATE OF AL 6061- BERYL COMPOSITES” International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST), Vol. 3 No.10 October 2011, pp.7309-7315. [17] A. Chandrashekar, B.S. Ajay Kumar and H.N. Reddappa “Friction Stir Welding: Tool Material and Geometry”, AKGEC International Journal of Technology, Vol.6, No.1 (ISSN 0975-9514), 2015, pp.16-20. INTERNATIONAL CONFERNCE PUBLICATIONS ( INDIA ) [1] M. Sreenivasa Reddy, Dr. Soma. V. Chetty , Dr. Sudheer Premkumar and Dr. Reddappa H N, “Formation of Al-Zn-Mg based hybrid composites and investigation on effect of reinforcements and heat treatment on hardness” Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Materials, Manufacturing and Applications, April 9-11, 2015 - NIT, Trichy, INDIA. [2] A.Chandrashekar, B.S.Ajay Kumar and H.N.Reddappa, “Fiction Stir Welding of AA5083 Composites”, 4th International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterization (ICMC-2015) organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology -Bachupally,Hyderabad-500090, Andhra Pradesh, India on 14-15th Feb 2015. [3] B V Lingesh, B N Ravikumar, B M Rudresh, H N Reddappa, “Two Body Abrasive Wear Bhaviour of Glass Filled Polyamide 66/Polypopylene Composites”, International Conference on Polymer Composites (ICPC-2014), organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, on 19-20th , December, 2014 [4] M. Sreenivasa Reddy, Dr. Soma. V. Chetty , Dr. Sudheer Premkumar and Dr. Reddappa H N “Validation of Hardness and Tensile strength of Al 7075 based hybrid composites using Artificial Neural Networks” Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Current Trends In Engineering and Management (ICCTEM-2014), organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, Mysore, Karnataka, on 17-19th July 2014. [5] Chandrashekar.A, B.S Ajaykumar and H.N Reddappa, “Friction Stir Welding of Aluminium Based Composite Materials - An Overview”, International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology(ICRTET-2014),Oxford engg. college, polur, March 1st 2014,Pp.6-11. [6] Chandrashekar.A, B.S Ajaykumar, H.N Reddappa, “Friction stir welding:Tool material and Geometry”, International Multi-Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations- IMTC-2014, CT Institute of Engineering, Management and Technology, Jalandhar, Punjab, India, June 3 & 4, 2014. [7] H.N.Reddappa , N.J. Krishna Prasad, B.S. Ajay Kumar and N. Narashimaha Murthy, “Effect of Rutile (TiO2) on Mechanical and Wear Properties of Al6061 Composites” Proceedings of ISAMPE National Conference on Composites : INCCOM-7 Theme : Composite Materials for the Future 4-5th December, 2008 at National Aerospace Laboratory (NAL), Bangalore. [8] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan, K.G.Satyanarayana, “Wear Properties of Rolled Al 6061 Alloy-Beryl Particulate Composites”, International Conference on Advanced Materials (ICAM 2011), to be held on 12-16th December 2011 at PSG College of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore - 641 004,Tamil Nadu, India , Editor: S.Jayakumar, K.Vaideki and R.Balaji, Macmillan Advanced Research Series, ISBN 978-935-059-046-1, pp. 247-252 (2011). [9] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “Wear Behavior of Al 6061 Reinforced with Beryl under Different Loads”, Proceeding of MAMIP2012 Asian International Conference on Materials, Minerals and Polymer 23rd - 24th, March 2012, School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, Universiti Sains, Penang, Malaysia, pp.648-654 [10] A Chandrashekar, Anandkumar V, B S Ajaykumar , Babu E R , and H N Reddappa, “Friction Stir Welding of Butt Welded Aluminum alloy AA5083”,.International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology, (ICETET’13), Marthandam college of Engg.,Marthandam,Tamilnadu, 21-22 Feb 2013. [11] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “Effect of Quantum of Deformation on Mechanical and Wear Behaviour of Al6061-Beryl Composites”, Proceedings of Indian Technology Congress 2013, 24-25th July 2013, NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore. [12] M. Sreenivasa Reddy, Dr. Soma. V. Chetty , Dr. Sudheer Premkumar and Dr. Reddappa H N “Influence of reinforcements and heat treatment on mechanical and wear properties of Al 7075 based hybrid composites” Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Manufacturing and Materials Engineering (ICAMME-2014), proceedings of Elsevier Journal "Procedia Material Science" organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, on March 27th-29th, 2014. [13] A Chandrashekar, Anandkumar V, B S Ajaykumar , Babu E R , and H N Reddappa, Friction Stir Welding of Butt Welded Aluminum alloy AA5083,.International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology, (ICETET’13), Marthandam college of Engg.,Marthandam,Tamilnadu, 21-22 Feb 2013. [14] Chandrashekar.A, B.S Ajaykumar, H.N Reddappa, “Friction stir welding: Tool material and Geometry”, International Multi-Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations- IMTC-2014, CT Institute of Engineering, Management and Technology, Jalandhar, Punjab, India, June 3 & 4, 2014. NATIONAL CONFERNCE PUBLICATIONS [1] Vikshith K.S., Kantharaj, Nikhil S., and H.N.Reddappa, “Plastic Waste Management by Mechanical Processes” Proceedings of 8th Annual KSTA Conference on “Science and Technology for GenNext Urban Space”, held on 5th & 6th November 2015 at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. [2] H.N.Reddappa, A.Chandrashekar, B.V.Lingesh and B.S.Ajay Kumar “Sustaianle Solid Waste Management System – Through Public Private Partnership (PPP) Model – A Case study for Sahakaranagar Layout” Proceedings of 8th Annual KSTA Conference on “Science and Technology for GenNext Urban Space”, held on 5th & 6th November 2015 at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. [3] H.N.Reddappa and M.Sreenivasa Reddy, “The Environmental Benefits of Roof Top Gardening in Urban Areas – A Case study of Krishna Green View Apartment, Vidyaranyapura” Proceedings of 8th Annual KSTA Conference on “Science and Technology for GenNext Urban Space”, held on 5th & 6th November 2015 at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. [4] Sagar K.G., B.S.Reddappa, H.B.Niranjan and H.N.Reddappa, “Ultrafine Grains Through Severe Plastic Deformation on the Aluminum Composites - A Review” Proceedings of 8th Annual KSTA Conference on “Science and Technology for GenNext Urban Space”, held on 5th & 6th November 2015 at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. [5] B.S.Ajay Kumar, H.N.Reddappa, B.V.Lingesh and Chandrashekar A., “Use of Organizational Behaviour in Solid Waste Management – A Review” Proceedings of 8th Annual KSTA Conference on “Science and Technology for GenNext Urban Space”, held on 5th & 6th November 2015 at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. [6] RaviKumar M, Reddappa H N and M. Sreenivasa Reddy, “ Hardness and Micro-structural Study of Inertia Friction Welding of Dissimilar High Temperature Alloys” Proceedings of National Coference held at Reva University, Bengaluru. [7] H.N.Reddappa, N.J.Krishna Prasad, K.R.Suresh, and K.Anandan, “Dry Sliding Wear Behaviour of Al6061-Beryl Metal Matrix Composites”, Proceedings of National Conference on Approaching Scholastic Horizon in Mechanical Engineering-2010. (NCASHME-10), held on 23rd & 24th April 2010 at Shirdi Sai College of Engineering, Bengaluru, India. [8] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “Effect of Quenching and Sliding Distance on Wear Rate of Al 6061-10% Beryl Composites” Proceedings of National Conference on Developments in Composite Materials and Processes (DCMP-2011), held on 24-25th January 2012 at Global Academy of Technology, Bangalore, India. Communicated: [1] H.N.Reddappa, K.R.Suresh, H.B.Niranjan and K.G. Satyanarayana, “EFFECT OF QUANTUM OF DEFORMATION ON MECHANICAL AND WEAR BEHAVIOUR OF AL6061-BERYL COMPOSITES” Journal of Engineering Science and Technology. [2] Avinash K, H. N. Reddappa, N. R. Thyagaraj and Sreenivasa Reddy M., “CHARACTERISATION OF HEMP AND BANANA HYBRID NATURAL COMPOSITES”, International Conference on Nano-science, Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials will be held in Visakhapatnam, India starting on 14th Dec, 2015.